Polar Lo-Fi Sponge pedal
The world's first effects pedal to remove unwanted reverbs, delays, distortion and modulation from your signal chain. Yeah, as if!
- Makes wet signals dry - April Fool joke 2014 - please don't try to buy it!!
- Tames echos and reverbs
- Expand the possibilities of your current setup
- Virtual control of 3rd party effects
- Incorporates PLF(tm) Un-Modelling technology
- Simple, one button configuration
- April Fool joke 2014 - please don't try to buy it!!
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The Polar Lo-Fi SPONGE Pedal is the ideal tool to dry up your signal path. It will clear the haze from your sound and get you back to your raw tone without losing power or dynamics.
You could say the Polar Lo-Fi SPONGE is the 'Emperor's New Clothes' of the effects world, but many guitarists, keyboard players and engineers are finding out just how useful this little pedal really is. In a live situation you may have built up numerous effects, and need to return to 'that' sound quickly. With the SPONGE, simply divide up your pedal board by inserting the SPONGE in an appropriate place, and combine or detach different sections of your board at the push of a button.
The SPONGE Pedal sits in your pedal array, tidying up the effects and the frequencies generated from often-vast numbers of upstream effects units. Using PLF(tm) Un-Modelling technology Polar Lo-Fi have been able to strip out plate, spring, hall and IR reverbs, modulation, distortion and time-based effects, and negate up to 99% of delays and echoes present in any signal chain, thus allowing whole banks of effects to be momentarily cast aside.
Mastering engineers can utilise the Polar-Lofi SPONGE to correct badly recorded tracks - before applying their own processing and effects, while keyboard players can get rid of all that preset effects garbage on their keyboard patch at the touch of a button.
Soon to be available in a 19 inch rackmount hardware unit, plus in a VST/AAX format plug-in, the Polar Lo-Fi SPONGE will make those easily-overcooked sounds that much dryer and more controlled, and open up many more creative possibilities of existing effects chains.